Mark Woods

Senior Sales Consultant with Ray White Pakenham

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About Me

Mark has lived in the area all of his life and worked in the real estate industry for over ten years.  I enjoy dealing with people and feel being a local in the area will assist me in helping Purchasers and Vendors alike make the sometimes stressful task of selling and buying that little bit easier.

I feel lucky to be given an opportunity to work in such a successful office and in an industry which is ever growing in the Pakenham area.

With an extremely easy going attitude and understanding nature, coupled with honesty & integrity, this will help Mark in achieving the best possible outcome to his clients.

“ This is my home town and my family’s home town.  I’ve enjoyed watching it grow and take pride in the service that I have provided in the past and will continue to do so in the future.”

Reviews

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"Village Lifestyle"

I personally live in the Pakenham Township, but I have sold properties in Bunyip for years and I would class it as one of my favourite towns and I have friends & clients alike that really enjoy the small country town feel that Bunyip offers.
All year round the town has that something special about it, that inviting smell of wood fires that permeate the air & the sound of the siren indicating the breaks in the local football games on a cold winter afternoon to the hot summer days when you can escape the heat by driving a short distance to a creek or river that run below the Bunyip State forest.
Two local hotels which serve a great cold ale & a classic pub meal.
The country train service which makes commuting a breeze and the sensational freeway access that brings the city within an hours drive.
Bunyip has something to offer everyone property wise, from outer lying broad acreages to small hobby farms & lifestyle properties, modern homes on good old fashioned sized parcels of land or a number of quality unit sites that are built to protect the towns integrity.
There is nothing negative to be written about the town and the proof is in the pudding when you consider that once people buy in the township they very rarely leave.
gavinstaindl
gavinstaindl Nice summary. Can you explain where the name Bunyip came from?
2yrs+
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